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    September 11, 2012
    4:55 - 5:30am EDT  

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11 minutes to travel southbound from the beltway all the way down to fayette street. the beltway in great shape. no concerns from parkville all the way up to towson and west side also going to be nice and clear traveling that outer loop from 795 down toward 95. you are looking at an 11-minute drive. megan oaf to you. >> now your -- megan over to you. now your college student is getting settled in it could be time to chat about money especially credit card. laws are supposed to protect young people from piling up credit card debt but there's risk. karin caifa has the latest. >> reporter: gone are the days of credit companies setting up shop on college campuses with freebies for setting up thanks to the credit card accountability responsibility and disclosure act that took effect in 2010 which put a halt to marketing to students within 1,000 feet of campus. the same law stopped companies from issuing cards to young people under age 21 unless they
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have the income or cosigner. but when used properly managing a credit card can help studentswith positive money lessons. experts at credit.com recommend reviewing important points before putting a credit card in a student's wallet. that includes the card interest rate, late fees, over limit fees and annual fees and penalties for missed payments. the simplest thing to do is pay on time. payment history accounts for 35% of a credit score. and credit card offers are starting to pop up in a place where students spend a lot of time. social media. so make sure your student knows what he or she is really signing up for. for consumer watch, i am carei caifa. >> we are minutes away from -- karin caifa. >> we are minutes away from five. the teen shot in the back that happened at perry hall high school first day back from school he is home. we will hear from his mother about how he is recovering.
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and what can a camera and weather balloon get you? amazing pictures from space. we will show you the photos of a -- a teenage captured. those stories and more coming upon good morning
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the kid are back at school and you want to make sure they stay on the healthy track an if you cpt monitor them all the -- can't monitor them during the day. here's a way to keep them active. make sure that you get them outside and play for at least 30 minutes. lynette will tell you today is a great day to do it. and pack a healthy lunch. basically, put your kids by the lun -- buy the lunches and put it together and prepare it. tress the importance -- stress the importance of eating a balanceded meal and take yourchild to the doctor for the yearly physical. study after study has shown
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heart healthy effects of red wine can be beneficial. now, new research suggest nonalcoholic red wine may be even better for you. researchers say that when they have a group and gave a group of men their wine, they say their blood pressure went down enough to basically cut their risk of heart disease by 14% and stroke by 20%. so the scientists think it has to do with the components of red wine. that may be the ream key in -- real key in all of this. art modell laid to rest today. good morning maryland at 5:00 starts right now. >> you're watching the station that works for you, now, good morning maryland. an elderly couple murdered in baltimore county. what police and those who know the couple have to say this morning. a live picture this morning of the world trade center at the inner harbor on this
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anniversary of september 11th. a shadow will cast over the expect memorial. monday night football. 44 to 13 does it get better than this? this is the way to do it. we will hear from the players after their first win of the season. hopefully many more to follow. thanks for joining on this tuesday morning, i am megan prinkel along lynette charles who is keeping an eye on the -- pringle along with lynette charles who is keeping an eye on the weather and lauren cook. it's slow out there. >> reporter: yeah. how about the ravens game last night. >> incredible. >> they sent a message out of the gate. >> reporter: the offense was good. >> and dedicating the season to art modell is wonderful. >> and i am glad the weather cooperated. and if you were able-- were unable to get out yesterday you have a chance today. we are starting off cool and crisp is what i like to call it. we can see leslie's temperature at 61 degrees. the dew point at 46. very dry air as we look at what's going on in aberdeen
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temperatures at 51 degrees. that dew point at 50. wind are light and variable this morning. and that trend will continue as we go into the afternoon. and the last stop will be in millersville with the temperature coming in at 49 and the dew point at 49 degrees. so, this is what it look like on maryland's most powerful radar. nice and dry right now. it will continue to through the afternoon. don't need the rain gear but you need the sun shades. here's hour by hour forecast for you. 67 degrees as we go into about 10. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. great weather for the orioles game tonight, too. if you are heading out to 95 white marsh north of route 43 no delays right now. it's going to take you 15 minutes to travel from this point all the way into the city. so great shape no delays and that will continue out on 695. you know, it's going to take 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 95 up to 83. and the west side going to be nice and clear traveling the outer loop from 795 down toward 95. that stretch will take you 11 minutes as well. megan over to you.
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>> thanks. it's hard to believe that it's been 11 years. today we will stop for a moment and remember what we were doing and what we were feeling on september 11th 2001. today there will be a special memorial at the inner harbor. that's where we find linda so this morning. and linda, explain how it works. people are not familiar with what it is. >> reporter: right, something special will happen here when the sun comes up this morning. this is the 9/11 memorial at baltimore world trade center. when the sun comes up this morning, the building will cast a shadow on that memorial and it will move across the memorial and hit special inscriptions that indicate what happened on september 11th, 11 years ago today. the memorial honors the 69 marylanders who 9/11. this is one of the twisted steel columns from the world trade center when it collapsed. there's also an exhibit at the top of baltimore's world trade center that list the names and pictures of all the marylanders who died.
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starting at 6:44 this morning when the sun comes up a. shadow will move across the memorial and highlight the specific times when the planes crashed into the world trade center at the pentagon. and in shanksville. this only happens once a year on 9/11. again, this morning, it will happen on this memorial to honor those who died 11 years ago today. live in downtown baltimore linda so, abc2 news. the investigation will continue today into the murders of an elderly couple in baltimore county. this happened on olmstead road near pikesville. police are not exactly saying how the couple died only that it was from traumatic injuries. police have not commented on another man that neighbors say may have been living in the home. they did say there is no evidence of a break-in. nabs say everyone in the neighborhood knew and respected the victims. >> they were part of what made the neighborhood great. you know, sad that things have
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ended like this. >> police have not released the names of the two victims. the bodies have been taken to a office of the state medical's examiner for autopsies. if you have information about what may have happened to them call baltimore county police. this morning, 17-year-old daniel bower -- dowery is wake up in his bed for the first time in two weeks e was shot on the first day of class. he came home following several surgeries and he had a good chance to play with his dog, make tacos and watch the ravens. things he says he was all looking forward to. he had a lot of community support including a facebook page dedicated to getting lady gaga to come to perry hall to visit him. she happens to be his favorite singer. his parents say that they are impressed but are not surprised by how he is dealing with everything. from hospital food to pain. >> he is a fighter and he has fought from the minute he was hurt and you know, i just can't
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say enough about you know him and how he is just done what he had to do and you know came through for all of us. you know, so, i couldn't ask for a better son -- couldn't ask for a better home. >> in the meantime, 15-year-old robert gladd n has been charged in the shooting and has a bail review set for this thursday. last night's game wasn't all about what happened on the field. paying tribute to the man who made football possible in baltimore also a huge pa of last night. it's going to be a season that will honor art modell. the players all wearing decals not only on the helmets but underneath jerseys. and today they say the phenyl good-byes. sher -- final good-byes. sherrie johnson is live with more on art modell's family and friends saying their final farewells. sherrie. >> reporter: yes, they sure will. you know, he touched so many lives as a generous person as well as a visionary and today,
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you know, many people will gather at baltimore hebrew congregation to pay finalrespects to him. last night before the ravens first kick off and before the national anthem, everybody took a moment to pay tribute to art modell. the stadium fell silent. he was the owner of the brownsfrom 1961 to 1995 and ravens from 1996 to 2003. he helped launch monday nightfootball and was known for charitable work. ray lewis and roger goodell will speak at his funeral. moldl is -- modell is survived by his son and six grandchildren. that funeral begins at liven followed by a private luncheon. the family asked that people contribute to the school in lieu of flowers. reporting live in northwest baltimore, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >> what a great way to pay tribute and stt the season with art modell on their mind,
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the ravens really brought it last night. after letting a 14-point lead dwindle to 17-13, the ravens pulled away by scoring 24 straight points in just over 6 minutes. now the final score 44-13, a big night for joe flacco who threw 299 yards, 2 touchdowns and the night belonged to ed reed with an interception that led to a 34-yard td. reed became the all time nfl leader in career interceptions return yards. >> i got my hand on one before that you know actually two you know, and it's like you talk to yourself like it's coming, it's coming. just be patient. you know, that's what we kept telling each other as a secondary. so it feels good, man. >> the ravens will take on the eagles at felly one -- philly at one saturday afternoon. it felt like football weather and let's see if we can keep it
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go. here's meteorologist lynette charles. >> we could see the big picture here on the satellite and radar, 2/3 of the nation under dry skies. we have some showers back across the four corners but other than that high pressure building in across the area this morning. and that will continue going into the afternoon. so, we have big plans this evening. we have the ravens last night tonight we have the orioles at first pitch at 7:05 and we will be under mostly clear skies and winds light and variable and take on the rays and we are going to win this one as well. go o's. let's check the amount bc2 time saber traffic with -- abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. >> reporter: hopefully they can pull out a win against the rays. if you are traveling through the tunnels, no delays on 95 or 895. the harbor tunnel is nice and clear. and if you are using the jfx to get into the city, you are looking at an 11-minute ride traveling southbound from the beltway to fayette street. for those of you heading out to 695, here's a live look in overle at bel air road. 11 minutes on the outer loop
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from 95 up to 8 3. and the inner loop down to 95. megan over to you. 9 minutes after 5. time to get serious about we nile virus in maryland. after 14 cases, one death, another county begins fighting back. this time in the form of spraying. we will tell you what they are doing and where. another place that you can't light up. more and more universities are going smoke free. we will tell you who is is behind the big push to make college campuses smoke free. a live picture of new york city the world trade center. the site where it used to be on this september 11th. we will be right back. what does fall smell like?
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head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection brought to you by air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick.
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thanks for joining thans tuesday -- joining us on this tuesday morning. mosquito patrol will spray the area. we are talking about the area because of west nile virus. you can you can -- if you see the crews, head indoors. the spray is meant to kill mosquitoes carrying west nile virus. there have been 14 human cases
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of the disease in the state so they want to get this under control. several more sprays are scheduled for the rest of the month. check out your screen. tomorrow they will spray millford mill baltimore county, and then on the 18th which is next tuesday, they will be back in anne arundel county spraying the same area they were today to try to get this under control. there's enough wind energy power for the planet they are saying. and then some. that's at least in theory. that's according to a study. the researchers in the study used computer modeling and found that if it could be possible to get half the world's power from 4 millionture bines the stot -- million turbines it didn't consider where they would go or the cost of building them. no wind out side if you are stepping outdoors. but here's lynette charles to let you know how the rest of the day is shaping up. >> you are right.
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the wind are little on the calm side right now. they could pick up going throughout the day and will be light and variable. but right now temperatures are chilly. we are coolish out there. look at mount airy 47 degrees. grab the jacket and sweert as you head out and-- sweater as you head out and about. stevensville at 58. 48 chestertown. 52 havre de grace and 65 chesapeake beach. so you get the point. we were cool yesterday and are cool again and the reason why is we have high pressure in control of our weather. you can see the cool dry air moving in and it will continue even as we head through the remainder of the week. get out and enjoy it. don't let the week go by without you being outside in the elements. so let's go to the tropics because we have a new disturbance and this could become a tropical depression in the next 48 hours or is there is a 90% chance of that happening going through the tomorrow and the next day. but this is what we are dealing with going through time today. that hour by our fore-- hour forecast not looking so bad.
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sunny with temperatures around 67 degrees. 10 in the morning by lunchtime nice ample sunshine once again coming in around 73 degrees. and here's a check of the next three days. we see the orioles playing and look at what they are playing in. beautiful sunshine. beautiful temperatures. and nice and seasonable and this is what we are work with going through time. we have the slight chance for showers to work their way back in here on sunday. other than that, a stellar -- stellar for cast. now lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if you are heading out to 95, the south side is in great shape heading to d.c. or north up toward -- towards 695. using 83 into the city, an 11 minute ride from the belledway -- beltway to the downtown fayette street. here's a live look at the west side at liberty road. no problems to report. an 11-minute ride on the outer loop from 7 the 5 -- 795 to 95. nice and clear to pikesville. and this is quarantine road. no issues getting across the
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key bridge. the beltway will remain nice and clear from parkville up to towson. megan over to you. the days of lighting up a smoke are coming to an end at college campuses across the country. tomorrow, the university of michigan are going to make an announcement to be made about a white house backed nationwide push to get campuses everywhere to enact tobacco free policies. according to an advocacy group there were 774 college campuses around the united states that have banned smoking as of july 1st is. 12 campuses in maryland were on the list including towson and salisbury. an age old dilemma for parents. you probably heard if you have a kid. should you pick up your crying infant or let them cry it out when it's time to go to sleep. a new study adds to work that shows allowing babies to cry themselves to sleep trains them to soothe themselves. parents were trade in one of
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two different techniques of gradually separating themselves from crying babies at varying intervals over a three-week period. the result both children and mothers had improved sleep and mothers had improved mental health. this happened at a fallo -- follow upat the age 6 and they found no harm done by the sleep training method. something to keep in mind own though -- even though we know it's hard to listen to them cry. to hank was there and so -- tom hanks was there and so was bruce willis. we will hear from the fiancee of michael clarke duncan as he is laid to restand he played a football coach in any given sunday and will play a coach on a different role. we will talk about alpacino and who he will portray on the big screen coming up next. and as we head to break, this is a live picture of september 11th memorial at the inner harbor on this 11th anniversary. we will be right back. 3q um, miss ? you have hard water stains and that cleaner's not gonna cut it.
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re-- he suffered a heart attack and never fully recovered. his fiancee says it was a celebration of his life. >> he was an incredible spirit and. [audio not understandable] >> actor tom hanks was among the speakers at monday's service. hanks costarred with clarke duncan in the green mile. al pacino will reportedly portray joe paterno in an upcoming movie. the hall of fame college football coach passed away in january surround by scandal. "the new york times" best selling book paterno is now going to be made into a movie and the flick will depict paterno's life and fall from grace. stay with us this morning. apple not talking else is. there's speculation about the company's press conference happening tomorrow so we will going outscoop on what we are hearing about what they will --
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head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection brought to you by air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick.
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5:25. tomorrow we are expected to get a first look at latest iphone. many think it's going tonight iphone 5. we are not sure but there's a press conference. might not be the only product apple is unveiling. a new ipod could debut at tomorrow's press conference. various technology sites are reporting two to three i pods will debut including a new ipod shuffle and nano and new ipod touch. ipods could be on sale as early as this week. iphone 5 is anticipated to launch on friday september 21st. more homes in the united states are cutting the cord from the traditional tv service but that doesn't mean the televisions are gathering dust. the neilsen company says 3/4 of an estimated 5 million homes that don't get cable satellite or broadcast signals have tvs many get the content through
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services like netflix or apple tv. some people have out of -- have cut service and say they are doing that to save some money. fall is almost here and that means a lot of pumpkin flavored foods and drinks. and beer companies are starting to release the pumpkin ale in time for oktoberfest along with the bruise. so, red robin decided they will get in on it and they are on the bandwagon. starting today they will debut a sam adams oktoberfest milk shake. it's made with vanilla ice cream, beer and carmel. i don't know if that's a good thing or not. stay with us this morning. if you love candy corn, you love oreos this may be the treat for you this halloween season. the special cookie to hit store shelves and why you want to get it as soon as possible. and he swept president off his feet. this morning you will hear from the bear hugger and the reason he gave the president a lift.
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coming up. >> reporter: good morning. topping mark money we are not using credit card as much. consumer borrowing fell nor than 3 billion in july and decrease was because of a drop in credit card use. that may reflect a lack of confidence in the economy. general motors denied a report that it uses 49 -- loses 49,000 dollars on each volt and it's not that much but andests say it's not unusual for them to lose money when they first go on the market. and the tax hike on cigarettes is doing the job. usa today reports there's a huge drop in smoking particularly among teens and the poor and brought in 30 billion dollars in additional revenue. and with apple expected to announce a iphone tomorrow, jp morgan chase says the sales could begood for the economy lifting the gross domestic product significantly. that's america's money. i am paula ferris.
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